2018 Year in Review
March 16th thru 31st Top Pictures

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March 22

This morning the Logan County Farm Bureau hosted the 19th annual Ag Scholarship Breakfast at Lincoln Center on the Campus of Lincoln College. In addition to a fine breakfast and a message by guest speaker Eli Klockkenga, Agricultural Scholarships were awarded to four area high school seniors. This year's recipients are (left to right) Griffin Jodlowski, Corey Beccue, Cierra Crowell, and Jacob Kirgan.

Photo by Nila Smith

Mark Perdue has been named as the new Director of Athletics at Lincoln College. Perdue is looking forward to working with the college as it transitions from a two-year to four-year athletic program and is bringing with him experience in both the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and National Junior College Athletic Association. Lincoln College President David Gerlach said. “This will be an exciting year for athletics at Lincoln College and we are pleased that Mark has agreed to lead our athletic program.”

Photo by Mark Gordon
March 23

On Thursday morning the Logan County Farm Bureau hosted the annual Ag Scholarship Breakfast at Lincoln Center on the campus of Lincoln College. In addition to awarding $15,000 in college scholarships to four Logan County students, Farm Bureau President David Opperman (right) presented the Logan County Farm Bureau Director Jim Drew with a plaque in appreciation of 40 years of service.

Photo by Nila Smith


March 24

On Friday, downtown businesses in Mount Pulaski welcomed a new establishment to the area. The Lucky Lager, owned by Tyler and Katie White celebrated the opening of their new business with a ribbon cut. Afterward, everyone in attendance was invited inside for a look around. Several people joined the Whites inside, taking a look at the new establishment and welcoming the couple into the business community. The Lucky Lager is located at 100 East Cook Street, just down the block from the Deron Powell Insurance offices and nearby to the Mount Pulaski Historical Society.

Photo by Roy Logan


March 27

Members of Lincoln city government were joined by CMT engineers on Monday evening to take questions from the public regarding upcoming changes to the sewerage system. The big question of course, how to cover the costs of the projects. The city will need an added $1.5 million per year to pay back a 20-year loan.

Following a brief overview of the work to be done the floor was opened for public for comment. The hearing was held in the Johnston Center for Performing Arts on campus of Lincoln College.

Photo by Jan Youngquist


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